Eh can't really say, Korea makes great phones and laptops (samsung) gotta love those crafty buggers. Japs make great gaming systems. Dutch make great beer. Americans make great...entertainment...I guess. We the Irish make great craic to be around and the english well, You guys make great invaders.
Europeans tend to have high quality and standards for their goods. Greek has some very good eats. Irish, hands down has the best alcohol, Germans cars, clocks and chocolate, Finns make seriously good hunting equipment (guns and knives) and woodwork. America is too much of a cheapskate by cutting corners with both standards and quality (yes, I am American, thank you).
Germany, obviously their tanks are the best But for entertainment, Japan and the US. China for the cheap shit. N Korea for the slaves and the U.K for their funny gamers that seem to get easily angered by the sound of an American.
Depends on what you're looking for I suppose. The US might actually be best at making something, and that's leather gear Yep, I have bought a few leather garments (and other stuff) online because it's just so limiting in variety when choosing from local stores in Australia which have practically nothing (yet charge a fortune for what they do stock) I've been satisfied with most of the stuff I have gotten, with only one or two I can remember letting me down. But generally the few leather items I got from a US-based store, that actually makes them locally were really good (more expensive though, but I honestly don't think 'll ever find a pair of leather pants that look, feel, and fit as good as these ones do in my life ) There's also a jacket I bought from another site that was based in the US but the jacket said made in Pakistan. Normally I have read blogs that say to avoid leathers from such places as that, but I really like how good-looking and "solid" this jacket is so maybe this store is an exception and only accepts a decent amount of quality from their offshore manufacturers (unlike others who try and push cheap stuff). Maybe because the US has a strong "motorcycle culture" in it, their leather wear providers are more likely to offer better stuff